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Definition of "novelisation" []

  • To convert (a true story, film, etc) into a novel (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of novelization. (noun)

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Use "novelisation" in a sentence
  • "(Though Terrance Dicks 'novelisation is still an improvement on the broadcast original, particularly because the monsters are not visibly ludicrous.)"
  • "Actually I think Brian is the first script editor of Doctor Who to have a spinoff novel published while his episodes were being shown (though David Whitaker, of course, set the ball rolling with the very first Doctor Who novelisation back in 1964)."
  • "Sean Williams 'latest books include the finale of his dark fantasy series for children (The Scarecrow), a space opera novel (Earth Ascendant), and his novelisation of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, the first game-related tie-in to debut at #1 on the New York Times hardback bestseller list."